In Florida the bright green tree frogs are everywhere. Until recently I didn’t know that here in New England we also have northern tree frogs.
The gray tree frog has skin that looks like the bark of a tree in fact. A few weeks ago, this little guy sat on the edge of my outside chair for most of the day. The cats ignored him, and he rested on the chair undisturbed. I’m glad I got his (or her) photo.
The colored splotches are so interesting. It would be difficult to spot this frog if he were clinging to lichen covered tree!
This frog photo is my own, but I’ve donated it to Pixabay for anyone to use, so help yourself.
2 thoughts on “Visit From a New Hampshire Tree Frog”
In VT and NH there are frogs that look like that but change color.
That is interesting.